Laughing Matters: Beyond the Balancing Act
According to the Diagnostic Manual of the Canadian Psychological Association; "the number of people who suffer from 24 hours-in-a-day-a-phobia has reached epidemic proportions."
This condition is defined as; "a fear of running out of day before you finish all of the stuff on your list."
The people most affected by this condition are highly intelligent, creative, active, working parents. If this description fits, you should plan to attend this sanity saving seminar.
The Agenda for a full day workshop looks something like this:
Fun stuff to get us rolling
Complete this statement: It will be a good workshop today if.....
Benefits of healthy humour with a stand-up comedy routine
Myths and realities of trying to do it all.
What am I saying to myself
Roles: The Superperson in Action
I've given away so many parts of myself, I don't know who I am anymore. Who am I......
Find your clown self; clown visualization
Games I played as a child \ games I like to play now
Wrap up - How will I use what I learned today?...............
Presenter: Cathy Fenwick
Cathy has a Masters Degree in Psychology and several years of experience as a counsellor and educator. She develops and delivers workshops related to humour in the workplace, humour in healing, communication skills, and healthy balance. See my website for more information.